We’ve written about DoubleTwist before – it’s a piece of software that lets people transfer their digital media and music, including protected iTunes Store files, with any device they like. The company now says it’s been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times since its launch in February, and has just introduced a new feature where users can drag and drop YouTube videos into the DoubleTwist app to convert them for their mobile phone. Next up is expansion into Japan, where it’s hoping to appeal to the 13.6 million Japanese iTunes users, helping them to transfer their purchases to (non-Apple) handsets.

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